Retrode Rips ROMS From Old Game Carts

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Nice. I hope they come out with more of these, at a cheaper price of course.

Seeing as the RIAA/MPAA have decided that you can't legally back up things you buy, what makes this legal? Does it use some sort of DRM?
 

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When nearly all of the ROMs are easily available on the internet, I'd say that nearly $100 to spend is too much.


However, it's neat. just a little late.
 

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Make one that reads N64 cartridges and even if its for 100€ i'll just get some people together to buy one for everyone to back everything up...
 

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[citation][nom]4745454b[/nom]Seeing as the RIAA/MPAA have decided that you can't legally back up things you buy, what makes this legal? Does it use some sort of DRM?[/citation]
These games existed before DRM, like CDs. RIAA/MPAA can't do squat.
Wasn't this the homemade kit that was going by "Snega2usb" a while back? So it's finally in full production?
 

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That's actually pretty cool.
My Sega just sits up over my bed though, along with some work clothing, board games, and a motherboard. Wait, why is there a motherboard up there? Is that my Pentium D? Cool.
 

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Awesome piece! Now I just have to visit the parents and retrieve all my old games. Too bad it doesn't work for Sega Master System as well.
 
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